Daily Dose - Oracle Lights the JavaOne Beacon
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You know it's official when the call for papers is heard. Oracle just announced JavaOne's call for papers and presenters have until March 14th to submit proposals. On the website for submissions, Oracle says, "This year, the conference curriculum is going back to its roots -- 100% Java technology and the related ecosystems." There are seven tracks for submissions including the Java Core Platform, Java SE and Desktop Java, Java EE and Java for Enterprise Applications, JavaFX and Rich User Experience, Java ME and Mobile, the Java Frontier, and Java for Devices, Card, and TV.
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